CRUISING WORLD NAMES LEOPARD 48’ BEST CATAMARAN

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Sidney’s Coastline Marine Yacht Sales, Canada’s only Leopard Catamaran dealer, announces that Cruising World Magazine has rated the Leopard 48’ sailing catamaran, their #1 Best Catamaran EVER. Leopard catamarans are built in South Africa, by long time catamaran builders, Robertson & Caine. 

The award coincides with the arrival of the first privately owned Leopard 48, Ops Mobil, in BC waters. The new Leopard 48 will be available for viewing on Coastline’s docks in Port Sidney through January, and will be available in 2015 for charter through Coastline’s parent company Island Cruising Sailing School & Yacht Charters. Two other Leopard catamarans also made the top 40 in Cruising World’s ratings.

 

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